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know, comfort her, and sharon shared this video from "abc 7 news". paramedics arrived shortly after she called 911. in this photo you can see the girl's skin is broken and irritated by whatever it was that hit her. >> take precautions make sure nothing is fractured. >> reporter: she was taken to children's hospital in in oakland for further examination. >> it's that innocent people get hurt. >> all of this, after a one-year-old boy in richmond being hit in the neck by a bullet. both he and the girl are expected to survive their injuries. police tell me that the entire situation is still under investigation. >> katie: we have an update on the one-year-old boy who was shot on the neck on thursday. she back home this morning. the child was on the couch at his grandparents home when bullets came through the window. one hit the baby.
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the family says they are moving out of the iron triangle. a man on a bicycle was also shot and expected to survive. >> developing news, san francisco police right now are investigating a shooting in the mission district. the victim, a man was taken to the hospital. his condition is not known at this hour. the shooting was reported just after 3:00 a.m. at the intersection of 24th and bryant streets. >> u.s. park police are investigating a shooting in the fort mason area last night that left a man wounded. victim who is in his 20s and from the east bay managed to make it to a restaurant to ask for help. he was taken to the hospital to be treated for a leg wound. national park service says it received calls from people that heard gunfire. so far, police don't have any suspects in custody. two people killed in fiery crash on interstate 80 in davis were from petaluma. the driver says he choked on
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food and his hit three cars. the couple was remembered last night at buddhist temple. here is more from santa rosa. >> reporter: dozens of mourners gathered at the buddhist temple where 76 man and his 74-year-old wife worshipped almost daily. couple were more than parishioners. they founded the temple 11 years ago. the solos now unimaginable. >> i feel like his work is not done. there is more. he needs to be with us. >> the couple was killed thursday in a fiery crash near davis when a big rig lost control and crashed through the center guardrail hitting their bmw head-on. big rig driver claims he choked on some food and passed out at the wheel. a small flower and card was left at the couple's home in
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petaluma. neighbors say they were kind and loving. >> he loved his church, helped the homeless. me loved people. >> he and his wife came from laos 30 years a ago and helped people navigate the immigration system. >> he knows how the system worked so he helped us on. >> she remembers a conversation as they were preparing to mourn a temple member. >> he was kidding with me like saying, oh, i wanted you to help me with my funeral, too. i said sure. but he said it's not going to come anytime soon. >> reporter: according to buddhist tradition, the funeral for the couple will last seven days. big rig driver who hit them is from fresno and dmv says he was caught driving on suspended license in 2009 and according to
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his facebook page is a recovering substance abuser. he has not been cited in the accident. >> katie: a east bay family is saying final goodbye to a daughter they lost at military base shooting in virginia. a plane carrying her landed yesterday afternoon. sky7hd was overhead as group of military veterans escorted the body to her home in the oakley area. 19-year-old was one of two marines killed by an instructor in quantico, virginia. a navy seal killed in a training accident thursday was a member of the elite number that killed osama bin laden to years ago. he died after colliding with another navy seal midair at an air park in arizona. the others are in hospital. they say the sailor that died was a member of the team but
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it's no clear if he took part in the raid that killed bin laden. >> ten bulldogs were saved last night in in a fire in concord. firefighters were called to the home around 6:30. they found a small fire and bunch of smoke and several bulldogs. flames came from a pot on the kitchen stove and flames were quickly put out. nobody was hurt and the dogs are fine. we're learning more this morning how college student lied about being raped suffered real injuries. he claimed he was raped last month on the campus. prosecutors now say she had placed ads on craigslist one asking for someone to shoot her in the arm. that didn't happen. the other looking for someone to punch her in exchange for sex. she has pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charge of making a false police report. she has been ordered to continue mental health counseling. >> a small girl and young mother are alive and well today thanks to special training by the
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california highway patrol. you may not know that every chp officer is a certified medical technician. he used those skills to save two lives. in february motor officer helped dislodge an object stuck in the throat of a small child. few weeks later he revived a woman who stopped breathing. >> it's not everybody knows what to do and that stops people from acting. almost everybody wants to act. so i would suggest somebody take a cpr class because it could be family. >> he is a 18-year veteran of the highway patrol. it is 8:09 on this saturday morning. we saw a gorgeous sunrise but what is in store. >> rain is heading our way but dry weather for the early morning hours. we have low clouds.
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if you are heading out to easter egg hunt today, i'll let you know what to expect with the forecast coming up. >> katie: also next, tensions from north korea are escalating. >> take a look. the itty-bitty
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>> katie: new this morning, images of the shroud of turin are being broadcast on television for the first time in 40 years. event includes an introduction by pope frances. they believe the shroud covered jesus's body. it does bear the outline of a face. in 1988 research used carbon dating to determine the cloth was a hoax but italian professor says in a new book the tests were performed on fibers to repair the shroud during the middle ages and cloth itself is from jesus's time. the spot where christians believe jesus was buried and rose from the dead is filled with hundreds of worshipers this weekend. easter vigil procession entered
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the church today. greek orthodox christians celebrate easter in may. strong words and an intriguing photo from increasingly aggressive north korea. hundred thousand troops marched shouting death to the u.s. there is a picture from north korea's state run media you see kim jong un and caption that strategic forces plan to hit the u.s. and new propaganda video and further, south korean media is reporting the north may be preparing for another missile test. san francisco mayor ed lee is taking his second foreign trip this month. the mayor just back from ireland and france is now in china. lee begin the 8-day trip yesterday and will be meeting with chinese officials and business leaders. he wants to lure chinese investors here and get a chinese
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bank to fund new housing development at two former military bases. >> i'm going back here to get another airline hooked in for international flights as well as try to get closer to an agreement on the project at hunters point and treasure island. >> lee will also visit his father's ancestral village. he has about 30 people on his trip. it's the end of an era. a san francisco institution closes its doors after 27 years. tommy's was a hot spot for selection. it's also attracted politicians like senator dianne feinstein and former mayor willie brown. changes demographics and lease issues have forced the restaurant to close. >> facebook is coming out with a smart phone.
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it's going officially announce to it media next week. insiders are saying the phone will be made by htc using android technology. home page will pop up when the facebook phone is turned on. it's designed to direct users to rely on facebook overcome pete go apps and services. things like easter egg hunts and treasure hunts are just for kids. maybe not. kids of all ages looking for a hidden gem, its door leading to a world of wonder. ama daetz has the details. >> ama: this curious door in golden gate park has imaginations running wild. miniature door sits at the base of the tree in the concourse of the park near the museum and academy of sciences. >> my mom saw it on facebook and thought it would be fun to see. >> tomorrow a lot of people have been looking for it and giving their best guess as to who or
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what built it. that is the spirit or how about an elf? that is what these brothers think. we all know what they look like, right? >> they look like, they look like christmas. >> they probably wear red and green and white and have long hats. >> ama: kind of like buddy the elf or flying wilson. these kids insist they know they know the gnome responsible for the door. >> he was sitting next to us at a giants game. i live by the museum and there is little tree and there is my house there. >> if this is who he says he is, people have been leaving him messages. >> ama: we'll be eagerly await
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that go response. >> katie: and debated how the door was made. some think the wood was carved and also the option it was magic. have to get out and investigate on our own. going to have stand up some weather this weekend. >> we have rain on the way. we'll start off with a shot of live doppler 7-hd sweeping around the bay area, picking up a lot of moisture but no measurable rainfall for the bay area. we will be keeping track of that for you. here is a live look right now from emeryville, looking out towards the bay bridge. we're starting off gray and cloudy conditions and fog as well along the coast. right now 51 in san francisco. 56 in oakland and you a 55 in san jose. -- 55 in san jose. we get peeks of sunshine brag
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flew the clouds and partly cloudy conditions in the north bay, as well. 50 in santa rosa. 56 in fairfield and 55 in los gatos. here is what you can expect for today. a lot of folks have easter egg hunt plans, clouds in the morning, shower chances mainly tonight. it looks pretty dry through the day and then wet unfortunately for easter sunday. here is a look at pacific satellite image, area of low pressure heading towards the bay area very slowly. it's going bring us some moisture and here is how the timing plays out. the models show clear conditions by this afternoon. that is good news if you are heading to the coliseum. chances less likely in the afternoon of showers and 9:00 this evening is when we could see the possibility of light rain along the coast. then the showers spread overnight tomorrow morning. heavier rain closer to sacramento. liet showers throughout the day
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and even some heavy rain at times into the afternoon. lunchtime, now we're seeing a bit of a break around parts of the bay area. shower chances continue throughout the day on sunday and then on sunday evening the system moves east and we have a clearer started on monday. most areas only getting anywhere from tenth to half an inch. temperatures today will be a few degrees cooler because of the increasing clouds. instead of the upper 70s we saw yesterday, 71 san francisco, 65 and 68 in oakland. 70 in san jose. you do want to have wet weather gear handy today but you probably won't need it if you are heading to the coliseum, 1:05 today, temperatures will be right near 65 degrees. tonight with the increasing clouds and rain moving in from the storm, temperatures will be mild.
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57 in san francisco. look for mid-50s around the bay area. then chance of rain again later on tonight is your best bet. tomorrow we have showers and possibility of some thunder, temperatures drop a bit compared today. monday we're drawing out into tuesday, wednesday another storm system moving in late and bringing us april showers and possibly lingering into friday. of course, you can stay on top of this and abc7 has another great weather resource four. follow live doppler on twitter for the latest bay area weather conditions rain or shine and get video forecast, spare the air alerts and power outage and weather tweets. >> katie: already tweeting this morning. follow along. coming up next, anything else you wanted to follow along with? under the sea, up bolt squid.
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>> katie: in san francisco a sign that the economy is booming. the game developers conference just wrapped up and as jonathan bloom tells us, the words now
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hiring were everywhere. >> reporter: between the sounds of gunfire and young women with lifesavers, there is more. >> i graduated a week ago i'm trying to get work. >> finding a job in the industry that brings fantasy characters to life and turn couch potatoes into superheroes. it may sound tough until you see this. >> the opportunities right there. >> a career pavilion packed with companies like companies microsoft and sony. >> this is her resume. >> these has been getting a lot of attention with the portfolio. >> the seasoned pros says it's the busiest it's ever been. >> there are more companies in the business and it is
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diversifying. >> the explosive growth are not recession proof. hour for hour they are one of the cheapest forms of entertainment. it turns out more people are playing video games than ever before. >> gamers are hanging on longer. it used to be a gamer would hit 30 and give the toys up. the average gamer is 30 years old. >> and spokesman says in part that is because games have gotten more interesting. they are not just about shooting or jumping anymore. technology has let them become more interactive movies or kar tunes. all that means one thing. >> we're roo looking for artists engineers and software guys. you name it we are looking for that sort of person. >> in san francisco, jonathan bloom, "abc 7 news". >> katie: what is life like for a squid? a stanford biologist put a critter cam to see how they behave. some of the findings the squid
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flicker. look at that. they are communicating with red and white flashes. now while species of squid prefers to glide around the ocean it hazard incredible bursts of speed reaching 45 miles an hour. that makes them among the fastest creatures in the ocean. they say ocean warming has called the squid to migrate from peru to northern california. coming up next, the very real threat of a tsunami striking the california coast. what you can do to be ready for the next one. >> plus, setup is under way for the war memorial behind me. the sons of san jose will be honored for the ultimate sacrifice in the vietnam war. sacrifice in the vietnam war. how you can be part of the [ male announcer ] with citibank it's easy for jay to deposit checks from anywhere. [ wind howling ]
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mid-50s. this afternoon with the increasing clouds it will be cooler than yesterday starting at up to 70 degrees. then chance of showers mainly tonight, temperatures dropping down to the mid-50s to low 60s. it does looks like it will hold off for most of the day. i'll let you know when you can expect rain in your neighborhood. >> katie: thank you. it was 40 years ago that u.s. troops came home from vietnam. veterans in san jose are now marking the occasion by ulg unveiling a new war memorial honoring local troops. keira is live down in san jose and ceremony is just a few hours away. >> zbloor that is right. at noon this monument behind me will be unveiled. it's called the sons of san jose and honors the local soldiers,
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142 men who were born and raised right here in san jose. we have video from a few weeks ago before the shroud was put on. it stands six feet tall and 13 feet long. the names of the 142 soldiers lost their lives in vietnam are etched in black granite and one is still missing in action. the group behind the monument built it so veterans and families will know that their sacrifices will not be forgotten. >> the guys who came back from vietnam war were not need the way they are today. we want to make sure they get that recognition, that people understand that the men who went to fight and women and went to fight in that war did so for their country. >> volunteers raised more than $75,000 for the sons of san jose monument. they designed and built it. it will be officially dedicated in a special ceremony today.
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more than 300 people including the mayor. that is right here at the guadalupe park east of the pavilion. >> katie: new this morning, president obama is wishing a happy holiday weekend to people in his weekly address. the president said the easter and passover holidays will give millions of people of all faiths a chance to slow down and recommit themselves to loving their neighbor. >> so this weekend i hope we're all able to take a moment and pause and reflect, to embrace our loved ones, to give thanks for our blessings. to rededicate ourselves to interests larger than our own and to all the christian families who are celebrates go, michelle and i and wish you a blessed and joyful easter. >> nebraska congressman gave the republican address. he is calling for the approval of the proposed keystone xl oil pipeline to bring oil from
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canada to gulf coast refineries. the project would create tens of thousands of jobs. administration is considering whether or not to approve it. you've seen video of devastating tsunamis like this one that hit japan two years ago. experts say it's only a matter of time before a big one hits california. today is last day of tsunami awareness week and this morning at 10:00, san francisco residents and emergency management officials will walk along the city's evacuation route. in this report, abc7 morning meteorologist mike nicco tells us about the round the clock watch for the one that could be coming our way. >> tsunamis in the south pacific and japan have shown us the destruction that can come from powerful earthquakes in the ocean. buildings ripped from their foundations and fall into sea. hundreds of thousands dead. survivors left with no place to go. tsunamis don't just happen in the far pacific.
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they happen here, too. in 1964 a devastating tsunami struck crescent city without warning. almost 50 years later, another one hit the same harbor. this time locals new knew it was coming. >> what the center does it monitors all the earthquakes on the planet 24/7 and it issues tsunami warnings if an earthquake magnitude warrants concern. >> they analyze the earthquakes and collects data to see if a tsunami is heading our way. >> so california could easily experience a damaging local tsunami with anything in the 7 above. this is from the pacific rim including the alaska trench, japan, russia, south pacific, chile even. >> the threat is real. this map shows what could happen if a tsunami hit the bay area. airports may have to close. ports will be shut down. homes will have to be evacuated.
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inland streams and rivers may flood. in 2011, santa cruz harbor was warned about the japanese tsunami. that saved lives but did not prevent damage. even larger tsunami could devastate the heart of this beach down toun. >> some of the modeling specifically for santa cruz indicates the maximum height of a tsunami could possibly be 25-30 feet. >> logan is with the national weather service in monterey. this office is responsible for relaying warnings to the bay area. >> we are looking to the time of issuing a warning of ten minutes or less. [ siren ] >> air sirens will sound and like many low lying cities, signs will warn how to get away from them. >> the reason we do the planning for it. >> san francisco could be hit by a tsunami on three sides, from ocean beach, from crissy field
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and marina district. so for that reason they review their tsunami plan every year. >> you can plan for it all the time, and nature will still blow that completely out of the water. >> katie: several things you can do to protect yourself from a tsunami. for more on that and to find out what the tsunami threat is where you live, go to and look under see it on tv. we have posted some helpful maps there. new this morning, more than 180 volunteers will go balt today for a good cause. they are hosting a head shaving event with the goal of raising $250,000 for the foundation. foundation is the largest private funder of childhood cancer research grants. the head shavings started at 11:00 this morning at the hospital on 52nd street.
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>> coming up next, danger on the crime beat. abc news have learned why police radios in oakland don't always work. it's 8:37. live look outside from mount tamalpais. look at those low clouds hanging in there but today the best bet to get out before the
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>> katie: good morning to you, it's 8:40. you are looking live at san jose where it is 55 degrees. you can see partly sunny but that is not going to be the case all day. some easter activity is going on in san jose. rain comes tomorrow at 10:00. you got an easter egg hunt at discovery meadow and also a carnival at peter burnett middle school. more coming up in just a little bit. >> let's switch gears over to oakland where police have complained their radios have not worked properly. now, we know why. we have learned that an independent reported confirms that cell tons are the culprit. vic lee has the story you will only see on "abc 7 news." >> the problems voluntary surrounding the police radios were magnified last july the day that president obama appeared at
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oakland's fox theater. a large contingent of police were outside to handle protestors. many of the officers said they had trouble communicating on their two way radios. there have been numerous complaints before about the glitches of new radio system that had been installed the year before. it had been riddled with interference and glitches right from the start. barry heads the police officers association. >> they basically use the mic and it doesn't work for a variety of reasons. >> reporter: this report confirms what an internal investigation found a month ago after the president's visit. cell sites were affecting the radio system that their systems were bleeding into radio channels. 43 cell sites have been tested and have of them were resolved. most were at&t's towers.
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he says communications may have improved but the officers still have no confidence in the system. there was another failure wednesday night. >> once again, the system went down specifically on the eastern end of our city. the system wasn't working a few minutes again. >> reporter: city councilmember is encouraged that there has been progress. >> system is working better than it was before but the fact we are having failures of this magnitude is not acceptable. >> reporter: this memo says overall reports of trouble dropped 895% after many of the cell towers were modified. poa and councilmember believe that oakland ought to look into the regional radio system that contra costa and alameda counties use. >> katie: it's 8:43 and frances dinglasan.
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she know what she wants to say right now. >> and mostly cloudy conditions but rain is definitely on its way. we have low clouds over the san mateo bridge. i'll tell you the timing especially if you have some easter egg hunts you want to attend. >> buster posey set for life financially after signing an extension with the giants. extension with the giants. mike shumann has the detailsan)g
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>> katie: welcome back. here is a live look at lake tahoe this morning. this weekend is your chance to see the best free style skiers in the world. they are at heavenly and it won't cost you a penny. its free style championship. heavenly sent us this video of the event. some of the events scheduled for tomorrow have been moved up today because of a storm that is rolling in. competition is taking part at the bottom of the mountain. all you have to get there and park and see the action for free. >> we've had the championships at heavenly since 2004. it marks the return of big time events to lake tahoe with the alpine championships up here last week. now, the free style championships this week, we're really showing that tahoe is the type of venue that can hold these events. >> katie: many olympic hopefuls performing.
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when it rains there here it snows there. >> tomorrow looks like wet most of tomorrow. live doppler picking up a lot of moisture but there is still a possibility of drizzle during the morning but not likely that we'll see showers throughout the morning. even into lunchtime, i'll show what you i mean in just a little bit. the moisture is there hasn't been reaching the ground yet. here is a live shot. low level clouds over the bay bridge, look towards san francisco. temperatures in san francisco, 51. oakland 56. san jose 55. mild start this morning, another live shot with more gray skies but a little bit of break in some locations over the san mateo bridge. it's currently in the 50s as well in fairfield, 56. union city and los gatos, 56. which you can expect for today, clouds and fog for the morning. not as foggy as yesterday.
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shower chances mainly tonight later on. unfortunately still wet for easter sunday. here is a look at pacific satellite image. area of low pressure slowly moving right towards the bay area. the timing of rain not so great, but 'if you do have easter egg hunts today. latest model we're seeing less cloud cover this afternoon. if you are heading to the coliseum, mostly dry right now. then tonight at 9:00, some light rain showers hitting parts of san mateo coastguard and monterey bay. most of the rain the bulk of it will come in sunday morning, overnight hours throughout the day on sunday into the afternoon. so we'll see widespread scattered showers and rain and possibility of a thunderstorm tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening is when things start to clear out. by 11:00 we'll be under cloud cover but most of rain will be gone by the bay area.
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by the end of it, we're not talking a lot of rain, most areas a tenth of an inch up to three-quarters of an inch in the north bay and half an inch in the central and south bay. today temperatures will be cooler compared to yesterday's beautiful sunny conditions. we'll drop down a few degrees. 65 in san francisco. 67 in san mateo. that rain much later on, 70 in san jose. if you are headed to the coliseum, have your weather gear handy because chance of showers possible but less likely at this point. temperatures right around 65 degrees. then for tonight, mild numbers with increasing clouds. temperatures in the upper 50s to mid-50s around the bay area. here is accu-weather seven-day forecast -- rain chances, shower chances much later on. good news for a lot of the folks. you are going to do the easter egg hunt, possibility of thunder
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and monday we'll be drying out but looks like showers headed our way by thursday and into friday. >> katie: i like to do my easter egg hunts indoors. >> i agree. >> katie: thanks, and in sports the giants and a's wrap up the bay bridge series at oakland coliseum. last night the giants hosted the a's at at&t park after signing buster posey to a long term deal. >> good morning, giants made sure the heart and soul of their roster will remain a giant as they signed him to nine-year extension for $167 million. contract also has no-trade clause. buster in orange and black for life. bay bridge series, barry zito facing a.j. griffin. nice diving stop, a's led 1-0 in the sixth after a brandon
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crawford double. thee he throws it over the head of coco crisp. the game is tied at 1. next batter, nick brings him home with an r.b.i. single. giants take game two 3-1 your final. >> all right. time for the cinderella story, florida gulf coast trying to continue their magical run. florida gulf coast fans with pumped up. and here a throw down and eagles went up 11. gators closed the half. here is the first lead of the game. second half, kenny with the layup and foul. he banks it off the back of a florida gulf coast player. clock has struck midnight and florida wins 62-50. >> michigan south region top
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seed, kansas jayhawks. kansas led most of the game. jayhawks led by 10 with three minutes to go. michigan erases the deficit. trey got it. ties the game at 76 and we go to overtime. michigan kept it going. here is two of his 25. wolverines up by 3. elijah kicks it out for the win -- not going to happen. michigan comes from behind to upset kansas 787-85 that final. >> oregon shocked a lot of people to get to the sweet 16. ducks had no answer for russ smith. and wolves are moving to the elite 8, 77-69 that final. >> steve marriuchi sporting
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michigan state. spartans face duke. second half, spartans, brandon dawson alley-oop to adrienne but seth took over. 6 of 9 and 29 points in the game and duke advances to the elite 8 with a 71-61 final. have a great easter weekend. i'm mike shumann. have a great day. >> katie: coming up next, a feast for the beast. why the oakland zoo is letting visitors feed some of the
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>> katie: welcome back. here are the winning numbers last night. mega number is 21. nobody correctly picked all six and tuesday's jackpot estimated at $42 million. >> new this morning, it's only day of the year visitors of the oakland zoo are encouraged to feed the manages. it's the feeflt for the beast from 9:00 to 3:00 today. in years past we watched this rare sun bear chow down on fresh produce that is brought in by the visitors. today the first 250 ghosts get a ticket and allow them to place treats inside the elephant exhibit -- my favorite. and today is the grand opening of a new exhibit, which means
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animals of the tree. great day at the zoo and great day to enjoy it. >> we are starting off with low clouds and here is a live picture for you. looking out from roof camera studios with the bay bridge and a little breezy out there. live doppler 7-hd picking up moisture but still no rain on the ground. looks like the shower chances will really move into the bay area much later on today and tonight. mostly dry, cloudy conditions today. highs in the 60s and low 70s. few degrees cooler than yesterday. look for a high of 69 in santa rosa. and then tomorrow, even a chance of thunderstorms. >> katie: we'll be ready for it. >> thanks everyone for joining us on the saturday morning news. "abc 7 news" continues at 5:00 this evening. you asked for it and now the exclusive alarm clock app is
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